Public Works

Public Works - Services provided by Jackson Township, York County, PAThe Jackson Township Public Works Department consists of five employees who are responsible for maintaining 47 miles of township streets and roads. This includes the construction of new, reconstruction and patching of existing roads, placement and maintenance of road signs. They conduct the Township’s fall leaf pickup, the spreading of anti-skid material and snow plowing when needed and street sweeping in the spring. They maintain the Township buildings and grounds, recreation areas and the fleet of public works vehicles and equipment. Also, they operate the wastewater treatment plant and assist with the repair and maintenance of the Township’s sewer lines and eight pump stations.

Fall Leaf Pickup:

The public works department began a fall leaf pickup program in 2013 as the result of a mandate by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to disallow the burning of any refuse, brush, or leaves.

Snow Removal/AntiSkid Material:

Snow removal is always challenging for our Public Works Department. Typically the Public Works Department will begin plowing snow off of the officially adopted Township roadways when the snow has subsided or when accumulation reaches a depth of 3 to 4 inches or more. Anti-skid materials will be applied for ice control and/or after snow plowing is completed. All vehicles must be removed from Township streets and roads in the event of a declared Snow Emergency which will be broadcast over local radio and TV channels.

Street Sweeping:

Street Sweeping is conducted in the spring as needed and subject to the availability of rental equipment.
2015 Street Sweeping will begin the week of April 27, 2015. 

Spring Clean-Up:

After a rough, cold, snowy winter.  The Board of Supervisors for the first time in 2014 had authorized the Public Works crew to conduct a Spring Yard Waste collection the first week of May for Township residents.  Collection consisted of small limbs, branches and shrub trimmings. NO, grass clippings, weeds or construction debris were accepted.
2015 Spring Clean-Up is scheduled for May 26 - 29, 2015.  No set schedule for pick up during the week but all materials should be curbside by Tuesday morning, May 26 @ 6:00 AM.  Public works crew is expecting to make one pass through the township.



 

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Community Facts

Total Area: 23.5 sq. miles
Population: 7494 (2010 Census)
Population Density: 319 persons per sq. mile
Township Road Miles: 47.25
State Road Miles: 30.84
School District: Spring Grove Area Schools